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Mar 5, 2013 6:00am EST
, when we think transit, we tend to think washington, san francisco, new york, boston. but this is a lot more to transit than the bug cities. what's -- big cities what's your long-term vision for trns sit in small and rural commitments as more and more seniors are choosing to age in place? thoughts on rural transit. >> well, you said rural and small cities, and i think there's a, there's different applications and different needs. you know, one of the things that we've discovered especially in rural america is as younger generations have had to gravitate to where the jobs are, rural communities are often occupied largely by retirees, and transit actually holds a very important role to play especially in medical transportation. a lot of people don't really appreciate this, but a lot of the transit providers in smaller communities in rural america derive considerable amounts of funding not just from the fta, but also from medicaid providing funding of transportation services underwritten by hhs. we've got transit providers that are doing dialysis transportation that are an absolute lifelin
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